Recently, I got a new cell phone. Highly functional with a full keyboard inside to make texting easier and faster, it is sleek and sexy. It enticed me with new features and the ability to do everything I needed my phone to do, and more. Anxious to start using it, I didn’t read the instructions, much less the precautions in fine print. Reading how electromagnetic radiation from my new cell phone could hurt me was the last thing on my mind. Modern technology, with all of its glitz and glamour, is here to stay; and besides, I would miss my computer, my Wi-Fi, my cell phone, my television and all of the other wonderful electronic devices I use on a daily basis. So, why should anyone learn more about the effects these things have on health?
How did your day go yesterday or today – joyful or stressful?
Whether at home or at work, we sometimes encounter moments of being overly busy with too much to do, too many interruptions, and/or not having enough time to accomplish everything we want to. Obviously we’re talking stress and frustration and wouldn’t we all like to avoid those moments, especially when we wake up the next morning and have to do another one of those days. Common sense says if we could just stop at stressful moments to try and relax to collect our thoughts it would help, but we certainly can’t always rely on being able to stop when unplanned bumps in the road appear.